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. >>> it will be a big day in the casey anthony murder trial. closing arguments in that murder trial is just a few hours away. court is scheduled to start at 9:00 a.m. eastern time. casey anthony, as you know, accused of murdering her 2-year-old daughter caylee yesterday. there was a vigil for caylee near the spot where her body was found. the case expected to go to the jury after closing arguments. this all began in late may. casey anthony facing seven charges, including capital murder. that means she could face the death penalty if she's found guilty. the defense and prosecution both wrapped up their cases last week. casey anthony decided not to testify in her own defense. more on that throughout the morning. >>> also, a jailhouse phone call is raising more questions about the accuser in the dominique strauss-kahn sexual assault case. the former chief of the international monetary fund was released from house arrest on friday. mr. strauss-kahn is accused of sexually assaulting a hotel maid and last week prosecutors said the accuser's story raised credibility questions. cnn national correspondent susan
, the policeman gets to his feet right there. that big protective suit did its job. he had only minor injuries. police say the bomb in the car was detonated by someone who was probably near the scene watching that. >>> now to the philippines where a political argument got physical very physical, right in front of television cameras. take a look. >> that furious fighting woman is the mayor. the target of her anger is the court sheriff. she lashed out after he reportedly ignored her order to postpone the demolition of a shanty town until she arrived. she has since apologized and the incident is now under investigation. >>> on to london now, a new wimbledon men's champ celebrating on center court with that one right there. novak joke o vick beating rafael nadal. he came into the tournament as the second seed. he almost liked surprised there. he lost just one match all year long. >>> on to canada now, it's day four of prince william and his wife katherine's first official visit as a married couple. the royals attended a prayer service with the crew of a canadian ship, some anti- monarchy protester
're going to run around and make big -- >> would that question would have been asked of ron paul or any other man who might have been seen as a bit out of the mainstre mainstream? >> not using the "f" word, the flake word. if that's the extent of the case against michele bachmann, not only will it not hinder her from getting the republican nomination, if all liberals can say next year when she's a nominee that she makes over the top statements she'll be president. >> did chris wallace feel pressure to apologize? he actually called her personally. >> yes. >> the conservative audience on fox news would not like that confrontation. >> if they had to choose between chris wallace and her, they're doing with her. commentators accused of being sexist are going to need to choose their language particularly. the flake word is something in particular that people use with women more vastly than men. >> you have put the media on notice. thanks very much for joining us. >>> when we come back, the rape case against dominique strauss-kahn suddenly unravels as serious questions surf pass about the accu
ceiling. even one of the world's largest bond investigators, mohamed arien, he's been a big proponent of debt reduction plans. he says when it comes to kicking the can down the road, kick the down the road a little bit. this is serious. >> harvard professor ken rogoff is a former chief economist for the international monetary fund. ken, listen to this with me. republican senator kay bailey hutchison said we're about to find out how serious the obama administration is about reducing spending. listen to what she said. >> you do the things that are essential. this is where the administration is going to be tested. if they won't make an agreement that will have spending reforms, if they start doing the chicken little thing by not paying social security recipients or people in our military or interest on our debt and instead choose to cut the things that will hurt the most but not the things that they could cut responsibly, that's going to be the test that they're not serious. >> ken, she's talking about a test. is this a logical test? if you strongly believe that spending needs to be cut
of those things they promisedprom s promised,ilities it's big. jane, do you agree? you have been covering it since the beginning and you have been there the last couple weeks up close and personal. >> they can get in something that is based on a reasonable inference. i think that's going topy a source of contention. i think you're going to hear a lot of objection from the prosecution tomorrow because jose jose jose baez has a reputation of trying to sneak things in and he asks kwegings that are going to be objected to. but the rules are you cannot discuss rules not talked about in evident. he shoobt be able to say that little caylee drowned in the pool in opening statements, but he could saythenings like we saw evidence that she was capable of getting into the pool herself, and cindy testified that she believed that the ladder was left in a position that would allow her to go in and drown accidentally. the devil is in the details. it's going to be a lot of nuance and a lot of debate. >> drew, as a reporter and an observer, as you're watching the faces of the people on the jury, she's sayi
place than does greece. greece has two problems. first, it has a big budget deficit and markets have lost faith that it can ever repay its loans. second, it is an unproductive economy and cannot generate enough economic growth over the next few decades. in economies, degree has a liquidity problem but also a solvency problem. the united states, by contrast, does not have a solvency problem. the american economy remains one of the world's most competitive with many of the fastest-growing companies in most of the advanced industries. it houses the best capital markets in the world, the greatest universities, the most dynamic society. america is demographically vibrant thanks to immigration. it will be the only rich country that will see its population grow over the next 25 years. america could face a liquidity problem, that is it could have difficulty financing its debts and deficits if markets lose faith in it, again, let's be clear. this has not happened yet. in fact, right now, the world is lending to america more cheaply than ever before. the most important difference between greec
. one of the big problems is pakistan and a lot of the leadership resides in pakistan. we have to have a realistic assessment of the true assessment in pakistan, because there's no doubt that there is connections between isi and the aconnie network who are responsible not only for the hotel tragedy there, but also for the attacks on americans and our allies. and that's not acceptable. >> to libya now. we have seen in the middle east and elsewhere that often when there is the removal of a leader that chaos ensues. we certainly saw that in iraq to a certain extent we're still seeing it in egypt. do you think the u.s. and northern african countries have any kind of plan on what would happen and what they would do about likely chaos is moammar gadhafi should leave. the man has chemical weapons. he has ground to air missiles. all of those, as you know, could fall into the wrong hands. what is the u.s. plan here? >> i think the u.s. plan there is to provide assistance and do the things that, in fact, i would have recognized the transition national council a long time ago as a legitimate voic
, you know, her not testifying to all of the things that was promised is big, and the jury is going to want to know why. >> jane velez-mitchell, you have been there covering the trial since the beginning and watching for the last couple of weeks up close and personal. >> well, they can get in something based on a reasonable inference, so i believe that is going to be a source of contention. i believe you will hear a lot of objection from the prosecution tomorrow, because jose baez has a track record of trying to sneak things in with inference, and asking questions that he knows are going to be objected to, and that objection is going to be sustained, and he doesn't care. he does it anyway. but the rules are, again, that you cannot discuss facts not in evidence, so jose baez should not be able to say, little caylee drowned accidentally in the pool, as he did in opening statements, but he might be able to say, we saw evidence that little caylee was capable of getting into that pool herself and cindy testified that she believes that the pool ladder was left in a position that would hav
's supposed to be fun, but it's not. it's like a test, the whole thing is like one big test. >> it's fascinating watching you because i know you don't like watching yourself, do you? >> i've gotten a lot better. since i've been producing, i've gotten a lot better with it. when i started, i had a really -- i hate my voice. i hate the way i sound. and i think that was always hard. >> that's not your real voice, is it, that's the problem. >> yeah, maybe, because it sounds foreign. but since i've become a producer and i've had to kind of, you know, sit in editing rooms and sit for hours and watch footage be cut together, i think -- i think i've gotten better to kind of take myself out of it and really look at it as making a film. and you kind of take all that weight off just yourself, which has been really great for me as an actor. >> you bring incredible intensity to this stuff. scare the life out of me. i'm just watching it from a monitor. you're like a raging volcano in some of these parts. >> a raging volcano who likes to clean. >> yes. the most weird type of raging volcano. >> loo
. they inspired him to kick his habit of soda and fast food and do something big, start training for the not not akau new york city triathlon. he's leaner, faster and healthier than he's ever been before and joins us from outside his home in orlando. good to see you again. you look great. we've had a chance to catch up a few times. knowing how close you are to your kids it's amazing that one of the biggest breakthroughs you experienced in this challenge happened on father's day. tell us what happened, specifically. >> yeah. on father's day weekend, i entered a race, and for viewers that don't know what that is, it's kind of like a triathlon except limited to two sports, a run, a bike and a run at the end. and it was an amazing experience because it was the first time i got to really test myself with all the training i had done and i learned a lot. >> one of the things i've talked about and talked about with you and others, when i decided to do a triathlon it changed my life in ways i could not have imagined not just in terms of fitness and health but in other ways as well. what h
big blind spots in the prosecution's case that their trying to exploit here and letting the jury know if you have reasonable doubt you have to find her innocent. >> david, we get a sense, as you said, the jury is starting to fidget what about the judge? he said, listen, i've had enough of this. what about him? looking at him personally and close up. tell us about that. >> we have heard him say more than once enough is enough. he's proved to be very stern with his warnings. he's also been in the moment. he was in the moment this time calling a very abrupt end to the proceedings when one person got angry and called the other laughing guy. he admonished both of them. he makes it clear he is in charge in there. he's very concerned about what the jury sees and hears because the last thing he wants in this case, particularly at this late hour, is something that would cause a mistrial. >> what about casey? >> casey anthony herself has been emotional many times today. one time when the defense was talking about what a good mother she was. she got very emotional then. she got emotional at time
is absolutely going to turn off some jurors with that conduct. >> so that's a big no-no. how influential would that be? >> he was certainly in the heat of the moment, fred. a crescendo in his summation. he turns around, and there is ashton smiling again. so he was inappropriate. the judge halted the proceedings. it hurt baez a little bit. but i really believe, avery, i believe some of those jurors will really be emboldened by that. they will like baez for his tenacity. he is fighting for his client with whatever he has. and he is bringing everything he has here. >> avery, you agree with that? >> well, you know what? i hate to do it, i do. i mean i think that jeff ashton did a tremendous job at the beginning in closing argument. david mattingly talked about the breakup. but what happened back there is judge perry admonished both lawyers, both jeff ashton and jose baez with a fairly serious sanction here. and i think those sort of ant s antics, smiling and gesturing and shaking your heads, generally don't do those sort of things. look. what jose baez did in referring to ashton as laughing boy o
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. >>> return to the casey anthony murder trial. now a big day forward, because we're just about an hour before the start of court this morning, and yes, they are in court this morning on a sunday, and they are getting ready for closing arguments. what you are seeing here, a vigil that was set up to remember caylee. animals and flowers set up across the street from where the girl was found. >> makes it more real than what you see on television. >> i followed the trial since they found the baby and everything that happened, and it's heart wrenching, and i cannot believe somebody could be so cruel. >> closing arguments are set for just about an hour, and the jury has been saw questered this entire hour. they have been trying to get this thing moving and over with quite frankly. and casey is facing seven charges, including capital murder. >>> we want to update you on a story we first told you about yesterday. an american captain is under arrest. the captain is supposed to be in court tuesday. it's meant to challenge the naval block aid of the palestinian territory. >>> we now have ten republican c
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